The Walking Dead's meticulously discussed season seven premiere is still more than a week away, but fans are already feeling some type of way about whoever ended up on the losing side of Negan's impromptu "Eeny, meeny, miny, moe" jam. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, the guy lucky enough to be getting paid to play the charismatic villain, detailed a recent fan encounter on Entertainment Weekly's SiriusXM show that somehow involves both a giggling Norman Reedus and a senior citizen saying "fuck" with gusto.
"I was with Norman," Morgan said. "I spend a lot of time with Norman because he lives in Georgia. He might not be alive on the show, people, just because I'm saying I was with Norman, but we had been riding motorcycles all day and we were in the middle of nowhere and stopped to get a coffee." Despite failing to mention how he and Reedus take their coffee (two creams and a cliffhanger?), Morgan then launched into a kinda funny but also kinda terrifying story about this extremely peeved fan.
"This lady is at our car, and she's probably 80 years old, and she comes up and just flips me off and says 'Fuck you!' and Norman falls off his chair, laughing, and I'm like 'Whoa! Whoa!'" Morgan said. The woman, who also had her daughters with her, then asked for Morgan's address. "I'm like, Yeah, I'm going to tell you where I live!" Morgan recalled.
So who exactly will be kissing Walking Dead fame goodbye forever when the series returns Oct. 23? At least one person thinks it should be Daryl Dixon.